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firstname.lastname@example.orgNew homeowner Steven Mazur and his new neighbors, Jesse McAllister and fiancÚ Heather Kurtz, are full of hope about their lives in the housing development on Hagerstown’s western edge. So, too, presumably, was the woman who in summer 2006 bought...
email@example.comHaving sold their previous house, Michael and Kanda Betson and their teenage son are living in a 30-foot camper while Michael oversees construction of their new home in Brownsville. Paul Plume and his wife, Courtney, have fulfilled his lifelong dream of...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAfter enduring so much anger and pain in losing your house and filing for bankruptcy, how would it feel to receive as much as $125,000 in compensation? “I don’t even think like that because it just sets you up for another downfall,”...
email@example.comNancy Shulley received a letter about a year ago that she thought might be junk mail, but, just in case, she put it in a desk drawer and eventually sent a reply. Good thing she did. Now, the Hagerstown woman’s letter might be the ticket to her...
Three changes in Maryland’s law this fall should help neighborhoods that have been hurt by the housing foreclosure crisis, an official said late last month. The changes were approved by the state legislature earlier this year after being...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgFrom his modern home, it pains Henry Stiles to look a few hundred yards down Reno Monument Road and watch the deterioration of the historic farmhouse where he was raised. The overgrown yard and wild-weed fields around it have alarmed neighbors Tim...
email@example.comIn the mid-1700s, British soldiers on the way to battle might have marched right past the property on the old road crossing South Mountain. A century later, just after a battle nearby, Civil War armies did rush past on the same road, barely 12 paces away...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHome prices have been increasing in Washington County most of this year, the first such sustained burst since before the recession, as the supply of properties for sale shrinks. The median prices of homes sold here from January through June rose to an...
email@example.comThe Hagerstown Hotel & Convention Center on Dual Highway is scheduled to close this month, a tourism official said. DFIN LLC is buying the property, according to Bill Barnes, a partner in the limited liability company. The sale is expected to become...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBy the time Washington County Treasurer Todd Hershey kicked off the annual tax auction Tuesday morning, the list of property owners still delinquent on their taxes had been winnowed down from the 625 listed a few weeks ago to 298. More than 70 people...
RE/MAX Achievers The Powell Team consisting of Steven L. Powell, Stephenie Rinehart, Linda Hansen and Steve Souders qualified for the RE/MAX Platinum Club Award for 2011. Only 4 percent of the RE/MAX network achieved the award. Shirley J. Bayer, Derek...
email@example.comAs it stands at this point in time, President Obama is unelectable. As it stands at this point in time, any candidate with strong ties to the tea party is unelectable. As it stands now, any conservative candidate who does not have strong ties to the tea...
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